There is a right answer.
@mitran: Except you're forgetting about Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Green Hornet (who thought green was so awesome that they put it in their names), that Green light sabers > Blue ones (I mean, Yoda had one for crying out loud! You can't get more badass than that!), nearly all plants and many species of animals decided to use the color because they get how awesome it is.
@rulerofthisuniverse: I... have to agree that Green Lightsabers > Blue ones (mostly 'cause of Luke's in RotJ). But green is made possible only when blue is present. Blue is like the father of green. And blue is > yellow for obvious reasons. So blue is still the best color.
When I was about 16, me and some friends got in trouble for shooting fireworks at these rich girls in a convertible. A cop shows up and finds beer at the scene and tries laying the blame on me after breaking us up into two groups. Referring to my friends in the other car he says, "They described you to a "T". You with the green hair". To which I replied, "It's not green, its Atomic Turquoise". He sarcastically says, "Oh well excuse the hell outta me". I answered back, "Not a problem color blindness is actually pretty common". Officer Friendly's face snarled and he grabbed the door handle ready to yank me out and show me a few different colors. Namely black & Blue. If the driver hadn't locked the door when the cop first approached I dont know what would have happened that night. Either way my favorite color will always be Atomic Turquoise.
@givemefreedom: best is a totally subjective term based solely on opinion, there is no correct answer.
This is of course the best answer. Though I myself am partial to green.
White: it is every color.
This thread may soon erupt into a green vs blue argument....
I hope! I think Green is the best! Nature! :D
That's an opinion.
Artists say black is every color.
Physics would say black is the absence of color and white is everything.
@wildvine: Uh... no. No, you're wrong. Every color put together is white. Black is the absence of light, every color absorbed rather than reflected. White objects reflect every color of light to your eye, giving it a white appearance.
So, no. It's white, not black.